Showing posts with label Dirty Pop / Approved. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Dirty Pop / Approved. Show all posts

Thursday, December 13, 2012

The New Queen of Comedy?


Judd Apatow's Vanity Fair Comedy Issue is so brilliant, I'll forgive him placing Megan Fox on the cover.


If I were editing, I would of chosen Channing Tatum.

Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Plinko Pleasure Reading

Most college graduates read biographies about Churchill, Clinton, and Castro; I read biographies about Bob Barker.


The wisdom I garner from this will make me sound uber-superior around other Communication Majors.

Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Hero of the Week = Gaga

After two failed attempts, her third album went to number one in the U.S. We can now finally relax, knowing she is officially successful.


This Monster was not born to be Susan Lucci.

Saturday, January 1, 2011

Less is Morrison

In the January edition of DETAILS magazine, Matthew Morrison (Mr. Shue in Gleek Speak) admits he is annoyed by people focusing on his sex appeal instead of his raw talent.

After telling the reporter this, it seems he spent hours frolicking on a Malibu beach, with his shirt off, in front of a photographer.


Don't worry Matthew, your raw talent is written all over your oily abs.

Monday, August 16, 2010

Rockin' Robyn


To the skateboarder I almost gunned down in my 1998 Sebring convertible this weekend,

Blame Robyn; I was under the influence of track number 3, Dancing On My Own. One should not operate anything but his own body while digesting her infectious beats.


If only Robyn were a man.

Thursday, August 12, 2010

Kathy = Cheesecake?



When I work out, I like to Cybex eavesdrop. Today I overheard two fifty year olds stressing over the future of American Idol. (Please may I one day make enough money to join Equinox.)

The guy claimed Kathy Griffin would make a great replacement for Simon, his female cohort retorted:

"I like Kathy Griffin, but she's like cheesecake; if you eat too much, you get sick."

Please, I once ate four pieces of The Factory's Adam's Peanut Butter Cup Fudge Ripple and felt fantastic. There's no such thing as too much cheesecake, especially when Kathy's the compote.

Thursday, April 29, 2010

Death Verdict

British people with a midget are funnier...though seeing James Marsden's ass made this remake worthwhile.